The Handbook of Program Management, Chapter 4 - Program Process Strategy

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 15, 2007 - Business & Economics - 31 pages
This chapter is from The Handbook of Program Management, which provides you with a solid framework for implementing a project management culture that will allow your company to maintain a pattern of repeatable success. You will learn how process--when integrated with technology and personnel--is the real key to delivering improved products and services for the long-term.
 

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James T. Brown, PhD, PE, PMP, is the President and CEO of SEBAŽ Solutions, Inc. Personnel from companies such as American Express, Siemens, IBM, PepsiCo, and FedEx have attended Dr. Brown’s training classes. Dr. Brown has 16 years of experience with NASA, including hands-on experience as a project manager and an executive-level leader. He has received numerous awards for his project management contributions, including the NASA Public Service Medal and Engineer of the Year from the Cape Canaveral Technical Society.

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